U.S. should automatically register voters - page 6

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Wed Dec 12, 2012 6:09am EST (Reuters) - Attorney General Eric Holder said on Tuesday that U.S. election officials should register eligible voters automatically and take steps to reduce the long lines... Read More


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    Quote from OCNRN63
    Just because people who have religious convictions that prohibit them from voting doesn't mean they are uninformed.
    I'm still not understanding your point. As I said, I am all for those who don't want to participate in the political process staying out of it.

    I think you are trying to argue with someone who essentially agrees with you.

    My question is, why?
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    Quote from Jolie
    I'm still not understanding your point. As I said, I am all for those who don't want to participate in the political process staying out of it.

    I think you are trying to argue with someone who essentially agrees with you.

    My question is, why?
    Lack of participation in the voting process does not necessarily mean a lack of interest in what is going on in the world of politics.


    Fin.
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    Quote from OCNRN63
    Several religions prohibit voting, yet their members are still good citizens. I guess that doesn't swing with your ideology, though.
    I am trying to think of what religions that prohibit voting? In my 49 years of life on this planet and inmy extremely extenisve worldwide travels I have never heard of a religion that prohibits voting. Please enlighten me.
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    Quote from Kyrshamarks
    I am trying to think of what religions that prohibit voting? In my 49 years of life on this planet and inmy extremely extenisve worldwide travels I have never heard of a religion that prohibits voting. Please enlighten me.
    Jehovah's witnesses are discouraged, though not expressly prohibited, from voting, and there are Mennonites/Anabaptists who do not vote as a matter of separatism as well.
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